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A’I Cofán

Ecuador

The A'i Cofan number approximately 2,100 and control most of the Cofan Bermejo rainforest, an area of approximately 4,000 km² northeast Ecuador. Living between the Guamués and the Aguaricó River, the A'i Cofan fight back against small-scale gold-miners and new, large-scale concessions invading their forest land. Today, the tribe represent the last remnants of one of the most knowledgeable and rich cultures that ever emerged from the Amazon basin. With centuries of slowly developed wisdom, they hold the keys to an incredible body of information concerning the preservation of nature and understanding of the everyday rhythms of the Amazonian rainforest.

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1016 EJ Amsterdam

The Netherlands

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